The vessel, which will have a capacity of up to 1,300 people, is designed to promote the green development of Yangtze River shipping.
CCS15 will play to a key theme of developing the Greater Bay Area for cruise tourism between Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Hong Kong.
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Advisors are pointing out that river cruise ships have fewer people on board, and the itineraries allow cruisers the freedom to deboard more often.
Cruises have made inroads to advance health and safety protocols and reduce touch center environments while still maintaining form and function.
Investors seem to share Carnival’s belief that the industry will roar back full-steam ahead.
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